Persian Ram a Red Horse
Iran is ready to bring about its Messiah. It will do all that is necessary.
Zec 6:1¶And I turned, and lifted up mine eyes, and looked, and, behold, there came four chariots out from between two mountains; and the mountains [were] mountains of brass.
This prophecy mentions the chariots came from between 2 mountains. In the Iran map, we see a desert space between the 2 mountains.
Only Turkey and Iran have active mining areas that involve 2 mountains, and Iran is boldly identifying itself as the one interested in doing what is necessary to bring about its Mahdi vision, which includes
1. Destruction of Israel
2. Death of Saudi Prince Abdullah
3. World war and chaos
From the News:
Iran outlines its vision of upcoming End Times in its movie “The Coming”
Ever since the Iranian Revolution of 1979, the Islamic rulers of Iran have declared themselves representatives of God on Earth, believing their mission is to pave the way for the reappearance of the last messiah, the Shiites 12th Imam Mahdi.
One of the most important events to securing the reappearance of the last Messiah, as called for in the Hadith, is the annihilation of Israel and conquering Beitol Moghadas (Jerusalem).
They state with conviction that Islam will soon conquer the world and all infidels will be destroyed.
*** For those who believe Islam is a religion of peace, you need to understand that unless you are Muslim, you are a target for execution in these plans. So, convert, or die.
The pursuit of nuclear bombs by the radicals ruling Iran is directly connected to this belief, as war, chaos, and lawlessness.
This movie has been produced in Iran by an organization called “Conductors of The Coming” in collaboration with the Iranian president’s office and the Basij (Iranian paramilitary force).
According to the Iranian documentary (you can see a translated version here), the second coming of the Mahdi will occur in the near future.
The documentary is based in Twelver Muslim theology to which many of Iran’s highest leaders subscribe. Twelver Muslims are a branch of Shia (Shiite) Islam.
Although the Mahdi is not mentioned in the Koran, his return is discussed the hadiths, collections of narrative sayings by Islamic leaders.
Some of the signs of the Mahdi’s return discussed in the film include fear, earthquakes, and sedition throughout the world.
Cultural decay, such as adultery, homosexuality, and women not wearing the hejab (head scarf and/or veil) are also cited.
Iraq, home to many of the world’s Shiites, is mentioned.
Twelvers believe that Iraq will be central to the conflicts that precede the Mahdi’s return as well as the eventual capitol of the Mahdi’s worldwide Islamic caliphate.
****Note: In this post, I predicted that Iran would act to take over Iraq, which is the basis for the current civil war going on there now. This helps to consolidate the “beast.” Now, Iran admits it. This is what is behind the war in Iraq.
In the final battle against Israel, Iraqi forces will march under flags that say “Alghovah.”
The film focuses on the Shiite guerillas allied with al-Qaeda.
The death of a Saudi king named Abdullah is one of the key signs of the Mahdi’s return.
The current king of Saudi Arabia is named Abdullah and is suffering from an unspecified and possibly life-threatening illness.
The Twelvers believe that Palestine (Israel) is also central to their end-time prophecies.
Imam Ali, the first imam after the Sunni-Shia split, said that Jews would come from the west and take control of Palestine while Arabs were divided.
According the film, Jewish control would last “until the time that the Arabs rid themselves of the influence of others, take back control of their affairs, and once again have strong determination.
At that time, they shall conquer the land of Palestine and the Arabs will be victorious and united.”
The destruction of Israel is the most important event marking the Mahdi’s return.
Marianne’s thoughts: politics + religion
1. What does Alghovah mean? I hope someone can tell me.
2. Iran admits it needs the death of Saudi Prince Abdullah for the Mahdi to come.
So how will this come about?
Will Iran wait passively for a natural death, or will it instigate something that causes him to die before his time?
3. Iran admits in the film, and elsewhere before now, that its greatest goal is the destruction of Israel.
4. So what is the best, most efficient way for Iran to have the Prince Abdullah die, and destroy Israel at the same time, to make the Mahdi show up?
Possibly, a direct attack on Saudi Arabia, and have it blamed on Israel?
Since the world is becoming, in a satanic way, anti-semitic, the world will believe this.
Will this bring about a direct invasion of Israel by the nations?
Will this invasion be stopped, by allies, or God himself?
If Israel is destroyed, then the Messiah Jesus has nothing to return to.
5. There are several possibilities I see at this point:
a. The invasion of Israel could only be stopped by an antichrist figure, posing as Messiah. This starts the time of Jacob’s trouble, during which Israel is preserved in a wilderness experience.
b. Israel would be destroyed, and then rebuilt by Messiah. Some people believe this because Ezekiel mentions the Messianic kingdom in chapter 34, v 23-29, before the state of Israel is mentioned as “reborn” in chapter 37.
c. The antichrist would arise before an invasion, starting Jacob’s trouble, and the Battle of Armageddon occurs later, destroying him with the return of Christ.
Regarding possibility in (b), I do not see Israel being destroyed, since Jesus is predicted to return at Armageddon, and save Israel. The Messianic kingdom is established after that.
This is mentioned indirectly in Daniel, and directly in Zechariah, and Revelation.
Also, how would God gather the Jews to Israel when half of them are dead already? And why would he wait until half are dead, when His primary objective is to save them, not let them die?
Also, in the same chapter 34, v 11-16, God mentions gathering the Jews from all countries, and bringing them into their own land. And this is mentioned before the Messiah promise in v 23-29.
Also, if the Messiah has come in Chapter 34, why does Edom claim Israel as its own in Chapter 36, prior to an invasion that God destroys?
Personally, I think chapters 35-39 describe actual events, while chapter 34 is focused on the promises that precede the events. The promises are repeated in chapter 40: 27-29, after the events.
The Messiah will show up once in End Times, not twice.
And Israel was only predicted to be reborn once, not twice.
Furthermore, Zechariah 14 describes how all nations will come against Jerusalem, and the Lord Himself stops them. Half the city (Palestinian) goes into captivity, as the tribe of Judah is free to fight for itself.
Finally, Joel 3 describes the battle in the Valley of Jehoshaphat, which is Armageddon, occurring after the land of Israel has been divided, and before the Messiah comes.
But then, the Lord shows up in verse 16 and saves them.
Simultaneously, the sun and moon and stars turn dark, which is what Jesus said would occur at the time of His coming to save Israel.
So, it makes sense that the current State of Israel, reborn in 1948 is legitimate, and awaiting its Messiah, to protect it from its enemies.
It will not be reborn a second time, as this was never predicted to occur this way.
Anyone who follows Iran to its final destruction is foolish. It wants to create chaos and destruction in the entire Middle East to bring about its goals.
The Creator God is NOT a god of chaos. Satan is.
Iran has created plans of destruction, based on the writings of human men in the hadiths, not the writings of God.
Iran needs to understand that God does not destroy the righteous, but the wicked.
Iran also needs to understand that God does not need Iran’s help, which wants to force events, to bring the Messiah.
This attitude makes God look dependent and weak, which is an insult to God.
God is more than capable of carrying out His Divine Plan Himself.
Scripture predicts end time events will start with a
white horse (false peace),
a red horse (war),
a black horse (famine) and
a pale green horse (death).
This will affect the entire world. Who will God protect?
God has a plan of salvation for the Muslim world, as well as everyone else.
Scripture says that He wishes that NONE should perish.
If they turn their trust toward Jesus, then they have hope, depending on their behavior, and pureness of heart.
I believe that Jesus will reveal Himself to whoever seeks Him in truth.
If Muslims, or anyone else, try to force God into actions contrary to His will, it will not work, and they will suffer.
I pray for the Muslim world. There are many souls now in danger: both Muslim and Non- Muslim.